The Yu family opened Fusion House two years ago in Fremont, and looking around the crowded dining room; it is quite clearly a resounding success. Although relatively new to Northern California, the Yus are seasoned restaurateurs, having opened eight restaurants specializing in Taiwanese food in Southern California.
Yu Chien-hsiang arrived here with his parents and opened their first restaurant in 1988 in San Gabriel. Like many first generation immigrants, they arrived not knowing what might be their new occupation. According to Yu’s wife, Manette, her husband did not know how to cook then, but gradually taught himself how to recreate authentic Taiwanese dishes he so enjoyed.
Hao Nien Dong, the Chinese name for all the family’s restaurants is the same, roughly translated, it means “Harvest Day” but each restaurant has a different English name.
Taiwan Insights have included some of Fusion House’s most popular dishes in our Photo Gallery. If you are hungry for some authentic Taiwanese food after seeing the photos, then drop by Fusion House at 46228 Warm Springs Boulevard #452 in Fremont.